Mirrodin Cycle

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The Mirrodin Cycle comprises the novels The Moons of Mirrodin, The Darksteel Eye, and The Fifth Dawn.

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The Moons of Mirrodin[edit | edit source]

The Moons of Mirrodin
Author(s) Will McDermott
First printing September 2003
ISBN-13 978-0786929955
preceded by Scourge
followed by The Darksteel Eye

The Moons of Mirrodin is the first novel of the Mirrodin Cycle. It was written by Will McDermott and published in September 2003.

The story of Mirrodin is continued in The Darksteel Eye and The Fifth Dawn. Mirrodin starts a new cycle, but it begins where Scourge left off.

Blurb[edit | edit source]

A World Beyond Imagination

Where forests of metal claw the sky.

Where razor-sharp metallic grasses stretch across the plains.

Where vast oceans of quicksilver conceal predators awaiting the unwary.

Across this harsh landscape, an orphaned elf must make her way, seeking the secrets of her past, daring the perils of her present. And she must tear aside the veil that hides the face of a hidden enemy whose power extends across all Mirrodin.

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On the metallic plane of Mirrodin the elf Glissa Sunseeker begins to uncover the ancient secrets of the plane, looking for an answer for the visions she’s been having and the vicious Levelers that attack the people of Mirrodin regularly.

The Darksteel Eye[edit | edit source]

The Darksteel Eye
Author(s) Jess Lebow
First printing December 2003
ISBN-13 978-0786931408
preceded by The Moons of Mirrodin
followed by The Fifth Dawn

The Darksteel Eye is the second novel of the Mirrodin Cycle. It was written by Jess Lebow and published in December 2003.

The story of Mirrodin started in The Moons of Mirrodin and continues in The Fifth Dawn.

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A Prize Beyond Understanding

A goblin tinkerer with a strangely heroic spirit.

An iron golem searching for his lost memories.

An elf who carries with her knowledge that could shake the world.

Together, they must flee across the harsh metal world of Mirrodin, running from an enemy who seems all-knowing and anticipates their every move. Amid savage battles and breathtaking escapes, they are ever aware of a power that stands at the very center of their world. For within the deepest reaches of Mirrodin, the Darksteel Eye watches. And waits.

The Fifth Dawn[edit | edit source]

The Fifth Dawn
Author(s) Cory Herndon
First printing May 2004
ISBN-13 978-0786932054
preceded by The Darksteel Eye

The Fifth Dawn is the final novel of the Mirrodin Cycle, concluding the story from The Moons of Mirrodin and The Darksteel Eye. It was written by Cory Herndon and was published in May 2004.

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An Enemy Beyond Evil

Whose eye sees into every corner of Mirrodin.

Whose ambition strides across the planes.

Whose foe is a lonely elf and her loyal goblin companion.

The fury of Memnarch is turned against Glissa and Slobad as they make their way across Mirrodin in search of new allies. From the city of the leonin to the dark fortress of Panopticon, their travels range until they come face to face with the creator of Mirrodin himself. And from his lips they will hear the prophecy that can remake their world.